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- 02/27/15--07:25: _Wyoming Rejects Med...
- 03/18/15--08:16: _Uncompensated Care ...
- 03/25/15--07:30: _Obamacare’s Crisis ...
- 04/02/15--12:34: _No Need To Panic Ov...
- 04/10/15--07:57: _April Fools! Medic...
- 04/22/15--08:08: _The Birth (And Poss...
- 05/06/15--08:19: _Is Medicaid Expansi...
- 05/13/15--10:06: _Medicaid Expansion ...
- 05/29/15--09:47: _Obamacare Exchanges...
- 06/11/15--07:54: _Direct Primary Care...
- 06/26/15--09:03: _Supreme Court Decis...
- 07/01/15--11:47: _The Supreme Court U...
- 02/27/15--07:25: Wyoming Rejects Medicaid’s Bad Medicine
- 03/18/15--08:16: Uncompensated Care Calamity
- 03/25/15--07:30: Obamacare’s Crisis and Opportunity
- 04/02/15--12:34: No Need To Panic Over King v. Burwell
- 04/10/15--07:57: April Fools! Medicaid’s Promises are a Joke
- 04/22/15--08:08: The Birth (And Possible Death) of the Employer Mandate
- 05/06/15--08:19: Is Medicaid Expansion Still Voluntary?
- 05/13/15--10:06: Medicaid Expansion Is An Empty Promise
- 05/29/15--09:47: Obamacare Exchanges are Bleeding States Dry
- 06/11/15--07:54: Direct Primary Care’s Promise
- 06/26/15--09:03: Supreme Court Decision Sets Aside Rule of Law
- 07/01/15--11:47: The Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare in Wyoming
With just two weeks remaining in the legislative session, the forces of socialized medicine were defeated, at least for now. After losing decisively in the Wyoming Senate and finding no traction in the Wyoming House, Medicaid Expansion supporters tried to … Continue reading
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. After the Wyoming legislature overwhelmingly rejected Medicaid expansion, its advocates returned to the drawing board to design another half-baked measure to help hospitals cope with the rising cost of uncompensated care. … Continue reading
In March, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell, a case that could decide the fate of Obamacare in Wyoming and around the country. The case centers on whether the federal government has the authority to issue … Continue reading
Ever since David King sued the federal government for illegally subsidizing health insurance payments on federal exchanges, governors in states with federal exchanges have scrambled to make contingency plans. Reactions ranged from Bobby Jindal of Louisiana consulting Congressional leaders on … Continue reading
On the day before April Fool’s Day, Armstrong v. Exceptional Child Center buried any illusion that Medicaid Expansion will improve access to health care. In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court barred doctors, dentists and pharmacists from suing states … Continue reading
Ever since Congress passed Obamacare in 2010, each April 15, the dreaded tax return filing day, brings ever more complexity to our federal tax code. This year’s complexity is the employer mandate, the most harmful of the law’s tax provisions … Continue reading
Throughout the debate to expand Medicaid during the 2015 Legislative Session, opponents repeatedly claimed that the federal government couldn’t be trusted to keep its promise to cover 90 percent of Medicaid Expansion’s costs. So it should come as no surprise … Continue reading
When progressives make the case for Medicaid Expansion, without fail they remind their listeners that the federal government has pledged to cover 90 percent of the cost of expansion. But a report from the Foundation for Government Accountability sheds light … Continue reading
In four weeks, the Supreme Court will rule on King v. Burwell. A ruling in favor of the plaintiffs invalidates federal insurance subsidies for the 36 states without a state exchange and frees them from the individual and employer mandate. … Continue reading
Progressives constantly frame the debate over healthcare reform as a false choice: should healthcare be financed through insurance companies or the government? Both options leave patients at the mercy of third parties. Now an alternative known as Direct Primary Care … Continue reading
The Supreme Court today upheld the authority of the IRS to pay subsidies on the federal insurance exchange under the Affordable Care Act, despite the law’s clear language that subsidies are available on exchanges “established by a state,” undermining the … Continue reading
After months of anticipation, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Obama Administration in King v. Burwell and upheld the IRS’s authority to issue insurance subsidies on the federal insurance exchange as part of Obamacare. This decision gives cover … Continue reading